Trek No. 23 of the Historical Trail Treks was held in June 1972 and covered a segment of the Oregon trail from the Tom Sun Ranch to South Pass. Two Hundred eighty people were hosted by Carbon County Chapter and Fremont County Chapter of the Wyoming State Historical Society. Presentations were made at the following locations: 1) The Story of the Sun Ranch by Mrs. Tom Sun, Sr.; 2) Handcarts to Heaven by Bill Bragg, Jr.; 3) The Split Rock Telegraph and Pony Express Station by Beulah Walker; 4) Castle Rock by Henry Jensen; 5) The three crossings of the Sweetwater by Florence Kirk; 6) The story of Fort Stambaugh by Ida Lewis; 7) Story of Atlantic City by Tom Shaffer; and 8) Story of South Pass by Norman Dickinson. Annals of Wyoming cover date Fall 1972. ALTERNATE SUBJECTS: Wyoming State Historical Society; Wyoming State Archives and Historical Department; Wyoming State Historical Society--Carbon County Chaper; Wyoming State Historical Society--Fremont County Chapter; Tom Sun Ranch; Martins Cove (Wyo.); Split Rock Telegraph and Pony Express Station (Wyo.); Devil's Gate (Wyo.); Split Rock (Wyo.); Castle Rock (Wyo.); Three Crossing of the Sweetwater; Fort Stambaugh (Wyo.); South Pass City (Wyo.); Atlantic City (Wyo.); Hamilton City [Miner's Delight] (Wyo.); Carpenter Hotel; Grainier Ditch; Greenwell, S.A., Dr.; Stuart, Robert; Nickerson, H.G., Captain.
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